Enabling DevSecOps with the Elastic Stack

Software development and delivery is an ever-changing landscape. Writing software was once an art form all its own, where you could write and deploy machine code with singleness of purpose and no concern for things like connecting to other computers. But as the world and the variety of systems that software supports became more complex, so did the ecosystem supporting software development.

DevSecOps for Kubernetes-based Applications

In this webinar, we will discuss concerns over security, privacy, and compliance holding back organizations from making the move to fully cloud-native initiatives. As more and more companies orchestrate their containerized applications in Kubernetes, enabling DevSecOps and continuous security becomes a must. We will look at the end-to-end SDLC process - from the first line of code up to an application running in a Kubernetes cluster - to examine the importance of DevSecOps.

Continuous Intelligence for Atlassian tools and the DevSecOps Lifecycle (Part 2)

Today’s modern deployment pipeline is arguably one of the most important aspects of an organization’s infrastructure. The ability to take source code and turn it into a production application that’s scalable, reliable and highly available has become an enormous undertaking due to the pervasiveness of modern application architectures, multi- or hybrid-cloud deployment strategies, container orchestration and the leftward movement of security into the pipeline.


Continuous Intelligence for Atlassian tools and the DevSecOps Lifecycle (Part 1)

Implementing and operationalizing the best practices and capabilities of DevOps into an organization is a key predictor for increased customer satisfaction, organizational productivity and profitability. Doing so successfully can be a challenging endeavour. Implementing DevOps can be particularly difficult because it oftentimes requires technology changes, process changes and a drastic change in mindset.


The evolving application lifecycle: from DevOps to DevSecOps

Every evolution in technology starts with the people behind it. So understanding the context, roles, and objectives that gave rise to DevOps — and now DevSecOps — isn’t just an exploration of timing and technology; it’s central to how we define organizational success. In this post, I’ll recap a conversation I had with Gareth Rushgrove, Director of Product Management at Snyk, a cybersecurity platform that helps developers identify vulnerabilities in their applications.


Make DevSecOps So: Cloud Enterprise+ on AWS Marketplace

JFrog is pleased to announce that our comprehensive Cloud Enterprise+ plan is now available on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace through Private Offers. JFrog Cloud Enterprise+ on AWS is a universal, highly-available SaaS offering of the JFrog Platform for demanding DevSecOps at global scale.


DevSecOps vs. SecDevOps: A Rose by Any Other Name?

The terms DevSecOps and SecDevOps are often -- but not always -- used interchangeably. So is there any real difference between the two terms or is it all just semantics? Let’s look at how the role of security has changed as the software development life cycle (SDLC) has evolved to explore whether there’s really any difference between these two words.


Oracle and KPMG Urge the Adoption of DevSecOps in 2020 Cloud Threat Report

Oracle and KPMG recently issued their 2020 Cloud Threat Report that identifies the key security risks and challenges organizations are faced with as they implement and manage cloud solutions. The joint cloud and threat security report revealed a shift in attitudes towards cloud security, with 75% of respondents viewing the public cloud as more secure than their own data centers.